6 June 2016

MUJICIAN - THE CUSTARD FACTORY, BIRMINGHAM 1995

















KEITH TIPPETT - piano
PAUL DUNMALL - tenor saxophone
PAUL ROGERS - bass
TONY LEVIN - drums

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The Custard Factory, Birmingham. 5th May 1995

I love Keith Tippett's less-is-more feature.

16 comments:

Andy said...

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Anonymous said...

Just when I thought the well was dry... Thank you very much, Andy. Jay

Andy said...

Hi Jay. To be honest, I thought the well WAS dry, but I realised I hadn't posted this already. I'm listening to it again now with the volume turned up a bit more than usual and it sounds great! The trusty old cassette recording holds out remarkably well, with a nice dynamic. One of the greatest groups of all time without a doubt. I hope you enjoy it. (Another one coming soon)

Benedrin said...

Thank you Andy!

martin said...

Thank you.
PS Is this the gig that featured an Irish bagpiper and a string quartet?

Andy said...

@ Martin. That's right. As Keith Tippett announces at the end. Did you go?

Anonymous said...

Thank-you once again

martin said...

@ Andy, indeed, this might be the first jazz(ish) gig I went to with my (now) wife; and the first time I saw Paul Rogers (instead of Chris Bolton). May I ask, were you living in Birmingham? I don't suppose you recorded the wonderful Andy Hamilton MBE / David Murray Big Band gig?

wightdj said...

Thank God for more Mujician, greatly appreciated. Perfect desert island band!

Tantris said...

Irish bagpipes? String quartet? Keith Tippett? Count me in!

Many thanks again, Andy - the quality of these cassette recordings is remarkable.

Andy said...

@martin. Near Warwick. I'm afraid not.

Vitko said...

Remarkable! Thank you Andy, for the umpteenth time.

Guitarradeplastico your favorite musician said...

many thanks

armando said...

Thank you again, Andy! These are highly valuable documents.

Wallofsound said...

Just keep them coming. I was there and at the Murray gig. Thanks for the timetravel back to the first.

Danny said...

Hi Andy, thank you as always for posting these concerts